HEADLINE STORY

HEADLINE STORY

Free Speech Bill amendments to tackle ‘foreign’ influence on universities

The government amendments being tabled on Monday to the Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill will ensure free speech is not endangered by foreign...

Johnson will visit India in January to boost trade ties; will be chief guest...

BRITISH prime minister Boris Johnson will travel to India in January, his first bilateral visit since taking office, to try to strengthen trade and...

EXCLUSIVE: Don’t stop Covid tests

  Business and doctors’ leaders have criticised the government’s decision to stop free lateral flow tests in April. The prime minister, Boris Johnson, announced the decision...

Asian leaders warn of growing pressure on healthcare and the economy

  AN INFLUENTIAL doctors’ leader has raised concerns about the pressure GPs are likely to face as the imminent cost of living crisis bites, while...

Johnson visits Akshardham temple in Gujarat

  BRITISH prime minister Boris Johnson visited Swaminarayan Akshardham in Gandhinagar, Gujarat as part of his India tour.  He was greeted on Thursday (21) by Pujya...

Neil Basu is no longer in the race for Crime Agency top job due...

  THE most senior Asian police officer in the UK is considering lodging an official complaint as he has dropped out of the running to...

Stranded Indians in Kyiv asked to move to railway station for onward journey

  THE Indian embassy in Ukraine on Monday (28) advised all Indian students stranded in Kyiv to reach the railway station in the Ukrainian capital...

Tributes paid to British family members killed in Australia landslide

  TRIBUTES have been paid to a British lawyer who died in a landslide alongside his nine-year-old son while hiking in Australia’s Blue Mountains. Mehraab Nazir, 49, was...

Adani in £8.58 billion deal for Holcim India cement business

  INDIAN billionaire Gautam Adani struck a $10.5 billion (£8.58 bn) deal to buy Swiss cement giant Holcim’s local business, the companies said, betting on...

UK cost of living crisis to peak later this year

BRITAIN’S worst cost of living crisis in three decades won’t peak until the tail end of this year but the Bank of England will...